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Chiropractor Thornton

At The Joint … the chiropractic place, there are no appointments and no hidden fees. As your local chiropractor in Thornton, we’re at 1281 E. 120th Ave providing affordable chiropractic services every day. Be sure to stop in and find out how The Joint is making it easier than ever to put your chiropractic health first. Whether you’re suffering from whiplash, a sports injury or need a general chiropractic adjustment, we can help.

  • Convenient hours
  • Convenient locations
  • No appointment necessary
  • Membership rates as low as $12.25 per adjustment
  • Our chiropractors are professional licensed doctors of chiropractic

Our Chiropractor

Meet Dr. Ricky Roope

Dr. Ricky Roope DC sought out health care as a profession after numerous sports injuries, and a severe auto accident. He is an avid skier growing up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, sports fanatic, and extremely proud father of two amazing little girls. He began his education by obtaining a B.S. degree in Molecular Biology from the University of Wyoming complemented with courses in Biophysics. He furthered his education in the San Francisco Bay Area with a doctorate in Chiropractic and has also completed over 100 hours of postgraduate education.

Dr. Roope then made his way back to The Rocky Mountains & joined The Joint Family. He believes in The Joint concept & its position on getting back to the basics of chiropractic care.

Recent Articles

When The Nose Explodes: Why Sneezing Experts Were Wrong All Along

| April 14, 2014
When The Nose Explodes: Why Sneezing Experts Were Wrong All Along

Here’s a disgusting new sneezing fact: your sneeze has so much force behind it that it can propel infectious droplets into the air with enough power behind them to reach ventilation systems– where it then gets redistributed through whole buildings. Which puts further emphasis on the age-old saying: please cover your mouth when you sneeze. […]

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The Heat Is On: Thornton Harvest Event Spices Things Up

| April 7, 2014
The Heat Is On: Thornton Harvest Event Spices Things Up

Are you looking to show off your hot tongue and rise to the occasion of true salsa supremacy? Look no further, Thornton residents: A Salsa Tasting Contest will be held during the annual Thornton Harvest Fest, an event designed to build on the community spirit and cooperation of Thornton’s beloved residents and business leaders alike, […]

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Sneeze, Sneeze, Cough: Allergies Or The Flu?

| March 24, 2014
Sneeze, Sneeze, Cough: Allergies Or The Flu?

You’re sneezing, coughing, squinting. Your nose is runny, your eyes drippy, your mouth dry. But is it allergies, or a virus? Because allergies and viruses oftentimes have similar symptoms, especially in the beginning stages, doctors and other health experts often have difficulty identifying which one is affecting you this time. While many respiratory infections are […]

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What You Need To Know About Skin Cancer

| March 17, 2014
What You Need To Know About Skin Cancer

Ahhh, skin cancer– one of the leading causes of death in America. But you don’t have to be in the dark with this silent killer– check out some interesting facts about the surprisingly common skin disease below. Major Cancer Indicators Perhaps you wouldn’t know it, but skin cancer is the most common form of all […]

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Forget About It: High Blood Pressure Wrecks Future Mental Health

| March 10, 2014
Forget About It: High Blood Pressure Wrecks Future Mental Health

You’ve most likely heard before that eating right and exercising fights off heart disease– but now it appears that those same healthy lifestyle practices could also help fight mental problems as you age. At least one recent study found that high cholesterol levels can raise the risk of dementia in older age. While previous research […]

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Kroger And Safeway Take Stand Against Fishy Business

| March 3, 2014
Kroger And Safeway Take Stand Against Fishy Business

If you ask anyone if they’d like to eat genetically engineered fish, the answer will probably be a resounding “no.” Fortunately for us consumers, many grocery stores are listening. Recently, America’s two biggest supermarket chains promised they wouldn’t sell genetically engineered salmon if and when it’s approved for sale in the states, The Center for […]

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How Does Remembering Your Dreams Affect Your Health?

| February 24, 2014
How Does Remembering Your Dreams Affect Your Health?

Ever wonder why some people always seem to remember their dreams, while others can’t seem to remember them at all? One new study indicates that activity in a certain section of the brain could be responsible for it. Published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, the study indicates that a part of the brain called the temporo-parietal […]

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6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Peel Apples

| February 17, 2014
6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Peel Apples

Once you’ve washed an apple, there’s pretty much nothing left between you and wolfing down the ultimate healthy snack. Unless you’re a picky eater, of course– many people prefer a properly-peeled apple before consumption. But whatever the reason behind a picky eater’s peeled preference (perhaps it’s the texture of the skin that they aren’t fond […]

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Three Simple Ways To Add Flavor With Less Than 10 Calories

| February 10, 2014
Three Simple Ways To Add Flavor With Less Than 10 Calories

If you’re a healthy eater, you’ve probably come to depend on a few nutritious strongholds, like lean protein, whole grains, and steamed veggies. But how long can you go in a week before the grilled chicken, steamed cauliflower, and raw nuts drive you, well, nuts? You might think that cheat days full of high-calorie marinades, […]

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Three Great Food Swaps For Your Next Party

| February 3, 2014
Three Great Food Swaps For Your Next Party

With the Super Bowl just behind us, you’re probably one of the many Americans who bit off more than they could chew. After a full day of plopping yourself on the couch and eating just what the NFL players you watched hadn’t eaten that day, you probably did a number on your waistline from the […]

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